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Old 4 Weeks Ago   #11
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Large burl on the left caught my eye as the backside of a bear climbing the tree!
Totally. Now that you pointed it out, I can see his face at the top.


Did somebody say " Rorschach" ?
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That's knarly...

Sure is Graham.


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BURLS! A wood turners dream and or nightmare as the grain is anything but consistent.

neat shot though

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Large burl on the left caught my eye as the backside of a bear climbing the tree!

The shapes made my imagination run wild.


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Totally. Now that you pointed it out, I can see his face at the top.


Did somebody say " Rorschach" ?

It is an interesting tree for sure Mike.
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Did somebody say " Rorschach" ?

Yup. I did (post #6).
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Looks like children hugging. A very intriguing tree indeed.
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Looks like children hugging. A very intriguing tree indeed.

I can see that too Mary.
Thanks for looking and commenting.
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Extraordinary indeed, wolf. looks to me like a bunch of kiddies having a big huggy!
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Thank you for looking and commenting Mark.

It makes one envision interesting things for sure.


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